Buhari to Attend Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta Today


President Buhari has had quite a busy schedule over the past couple of days. Shortly after attending the 3rd Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) in Iran, he is now getting ready to leave for Malta today for the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting.  The Special Adviser on Media & Publicity to

Short Documentary ‘KOFAR WAMBAI TANNERY’


This seven minute documentary takes on a tour of the historic tannery said to be about a century years old. Confirmed to be the largest and active tannery in ‎West Africa.  Kofar Wambai Tannery is located in Kano state, Nigeria where different animal skins like Cow, Ram, Snakes, Deer, Crocodile

Celebrity Birthday: Don Jazzy is 33 years old


Don Jazzy whose real names are Michael Collins Ajereh is Nigeria’s biggest music producer. Today is the birthday of Nigerian music producer Don Jazzy.

Sister Flogs Younger Brother To Death In Bayelsa


The sleepy community of Otuagbagi in Ogbia Local Government Area, of Bayelsa State, was thrown into mourning, yesterday, following the alleged whipping to death of a seven-year old boy by her sister during a domestic quarrel.

Nigerian Roads Long Dead And Claiming Lives Daily


A truck conveying vegetable oil that fell at a bad portion of Lagos-Ibadan express way. PHOTO: EMMANUEL OSODI It is heartwarming to hear that President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that most of the Nigerian roads were death traps and that they deserved urgent attention of the government.

S. Korea professor forces student eat faeces


A South Korean court on Thursday jailed a university professor for 12 years for forcing a student to eat human faeces and drink urine during a two-year period of physical and psychological assault. The post S.

Alcatel-Lucent to Roll Out Phase 2 of ACE Undersea Cable System


Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks is set to roll out the second phase of the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine cable system. The cable system will be a 5,000km extension that will run from the Gulf of Guinea Island of Sao Tomé-et-Principe to South Africa, bringing the overall system distance to

Nigerian roads are dead – Buhari


President Buhari yesterday acknowledged the fact that many Nigerian roads are in deplorable states. Buhari said this during the interactive dinner session he had with some Senators yesterday night“The roads are dead. Those who drive between Lagos and Ibadan will have a lot of stories to tell you.

Kenyans come for US TV station, Fox News, after they referred to Kenya as "War Torn" country

Kenyas are drawing blood on twitter after Fox TV in its report about Pope Francis’ visit to the country, referred to Kenya as a “War Torn” country. This comes 4 months after CNN made the same mistake in a report in which they referred to the country as “Terror Bed”.

Umahi bans aides, workers from functions on Fridays


He said: “Anybody who wishes to hold weddings, fu­neral, and any other kind of event should fix that on week­ends because government functionaries and civil ser­vants have been banned from attending such functions.”

Blatter: Humiliated ex-president says only FIFA Congress can bar him


"I'm not a FIFA official, I'm the elected president of the Congress," he said. "If one does not agree with the way I do my job, one has to turn to the congress that elected me," Suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on Wednesday he believes that only the Congress

Burna Boy: “I Don’t Feel Like I’m A Part Of The Nigerian Music Industry”


Burna Boy on Nigeria’s music industry Singer Burna Boy recently had an interview with American website The Fader, where he spoke about a number of issues, including the Nigerian music industry. Burna Boy on Nigeria’s music industry In the interview, the Soke singer described the Nigerian music industry as “political”, saying he

Football Papers : All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning


Roman Abramovich has told Chelsea’s management that Bayern Munich forward Franck Ribery should be their top priority. Liverpool could be forced to pay a tribunal record fee of over £10m for Danny Ings if Burnley can prove Tottenham were interested in signing the striker for a fee in that region.

UK Home Office Says It Deported 50 Nigerians And Not 500


line reports from the BBC and other media outlets stating that the United Kingdom deported 500 Nigerians have been proven false. According to these reports, 500 Nigerians arrived at Murtala Muhammed International Airport yesterday according to the BBC. SaharaReporters spoke with the media unit of the UK Home Office, which